If you think running Doom on a kitchen bump bar is unusual, how about it running on a 1990s digital camera?
If you've ever worked in a commercial kitchen, you probably know what a "bump bar" is. These plank-like computerised boards are the organisational force behind every restaurant, enabling sweat-drenched chefs to see pending orders and ensure a steady flow of food to the front of house. Would it surprise you to learn that …
...about the bump bar running an industrial-esque X86 CPU and figured it'd only be a matter of time before Doom appeared on it.
In terms of running Doom on odd things, I ran Doom on a Rockbox-firmwared iRiver H320 (I think) some....oh god, knocking on twenty years ago it'd be now.
I'm getting old, I fear. It had to happen eventually I suppose.
PS: It was only borderline playable, but it was playable.
I also just found out today that there's an obscure Car only implementation of HDMI for cars (HDMI type E for the curious) installed predominantly on Japanese cars.... Of which I own a Japanese car with this mysterious socket installed.
So it's quite possible that not only could I run Doom but with the right cable get Crysis running as well.
That's never stopped Cupertino's lawyers before
Apple Corps vs Apple Inc
One day may be Cupertino will get into kitchen appliances - then the lawyers will no doubt come out of their lairs.
You could run Doom on a Motion Capture System - internally it's running on MSDOS via a floppy disk that boots it up on the back.